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Impact Products: Company Acquires Malt Industries


 

Toledo, Ohio — Sept. 24, 2015 — Impact Products announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets and intellectual property of Malt Industries, effective Oct. 1, 2015.

Malt Industries, of Purvis, Miss., is a leading wholesale distributor of protective apparel.

“This acquisition will further enhance Impact’s continued growth and commitment to the Gloves & Safety Category,” according to Terry Neal, president & CEO of Impact Products. “We look forward to bringing the full line of Malt Products to our customer base.”

Impact Products is a manufacturer and supplier of branded and private label non-chemical commercial cleaning, maintenance, safety, and related products. The company’s offering encompasses a full suite of janitorial products including floor care products, waste receptacles, washroom accessories, and safety products.

Markets served by the company include commercial cleaning, industrial services, healthcare, government, schools, office buildings, hospitality, and foodservice.

Co-founded in 1963 by James R. Findlay, its broad customer base is served out of Toledo, Ohio, and Walnut, Calif. Impact Products is a division of S.P. Richards Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Genuine Parts Co. For more information, visit www.impact-products.com/.

Malt Industries, Inc. is a manufacturer and supplier of limited-use clothing. The company offers a full range of personal protective clothing such as coveralls, lab coats, gowns, aprons, and many other products. Malt services many markets including industrial safety, sanitation, laboratory safety, and food processing.

Founded in 1998, it has grown to become a leader in the limited-use clothing industry and services a large, diverse customer base.

 

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